When the need arises, will you or your loved ones be eligible to receive Medicaid?

It is vital to ask this question now, because not everyone is automatically eligible for Medicaid. To meet the financial requirements imposed by the government, it may be necessary to restructure your assets in a way that complies with rules of the Medicaid program.

Estate planning attorneys

At Barberi Law, we will work closely with you to see that you are eligible to receive Medicaid benefits. If needed, we will use our innovative planning techniques to help you meet the asset requirements of Medicaid. Attorneys we work with have more than 30 years of experience in the field of elder law, and we are well-versed in the intricacies of qualifying for Medicaid benefits. This allows us to help you plan for a comfortable financial future and obtain the peace of mind that comes from knowing you will receive the care you need.

We have lawyers who for 22 years straight have been voted #1 in Isabella County by two local newspapers, The Morning Sun and Central Michigan University’s CM Life. This honor is the direct result of our legal team's willingness to provide our clients with the personal attention they deserve.

We offer free workshops to explain options available for protecting and preserving your assets for loved ones.

Proven Medicaid planning strategies tailored to your needs

Medicaid planning is an important component of elder law and often goes hand-in-hand with estate planning. Whether or not you are interested in managing these two important issues together or one at a time, our attorneys will work closely with you to see that your needs are met and that all of your goals can be accomplished. When you come to us with questions about Medicaid planning, you can count on the fact that we will take the time to get to know your situation and learn about your needs. We will only guide you down a path that suits your goals.

Contact Barberi Law

Seeking an attorney in Central or Northern Michigan to help you with estate planning issues? Contact us today to learn more about the importance of Medicaid planning for you or your loved ones from one of our dedicated elder law attorneys.

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